Camber Spine to Host Virtual, Innovation-Themed Scientific & Clinical Review of Anterior Column Reconstruction Techniques

Open-to-Public Event to Feature Key Spine Research Opinion Leaders

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.--()--Camber Spine, a leading innovator in spine and medical technologies, will host an online (Zoom-format) scientific and clinical review session reviews of anterior column reconstruction techniques. The event, part of the 7th Annual Institute for Musculoskeletal Science & Education (IMSE) Faculty Meeting, will stream live from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EST on Saturday, November 14th and registration is open to the public.

The meeting will feature virtual learning presentations and insights provided by a number of the nation’s leading spine and orthopedic surgeons and thought leaders, including:

  • Kornelis Poelstra, MD, PhD (moderator)
    The Robotic Spine Institute at Allegiant Spine in Las Vegas
  • Sigurd Berven, MD
    USCF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, San Francisco
  • Celeste Abjornson, PhD
    Spinal Research Department, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
  • Luis Duarte, MD
    Shannon Medical Center, San Angelo Texas
  • John Peloza, MD
    The Center for Spinone Care, Dallas
  • John Williams, MD
    SpineONE Ortho Northeast, Fort Wayne Indiana

“We’re excited to host this event spotlighting the latest insights, reviews and shared best practices surrounding innovative anterior column reconstruction techniques such as OLIF,” said Camber Co-Founder and CEO, Daniel Pontecorvo. “We’re honored to have some of the foremost key opinion leaders in the space share and compare their experiences with the OLIF technique, a methodology designed by surgeons to provide a less complicated, simpler and less invasive approach to treating debilitating back pain.”

Participants can register to attend the event here.

Innovative spine and medical technology company Camber Spine Technologies is dedicated to creating surgeon-designed solutions in MIS and minimally disruptive access for the treatment of complex spinal pathology. Incorporating state-of-the-art manufacturing, 3-D printing, and an acute sensitivity to patient anatomy, Camber Spine is making quantum leaps in the spinal fusion market. Camber currently has 20 510(k) clearances and over 27 active or issued patents, including two highly innovative and IP protected device platforms that support faster spinal fusion and recovery - ENZA® (MIS Integrated Interbody) spinal fusion implants and SPIRA® OA (Open Architecture 3D printed) spinal fusion and orthopedic implants. Named “Emerging Healthcare Company of the Year” at the 2020 Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (PACT) Enterprise Awards, Camber Spine is an ISO 13485 certified medical device manufacturer. Learn more at


Media Contact: Paul Williams, 310-569-0023,

Release Summary

Camber Spine will host a virtual, innovation-themed Scientific & Clinical Review of anterior column reconstruction techniques.


Media Contact: Paul Williams, 310-569-0023,